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3-on-3: Warriors Shadow Contenders for Title?

Grantland’s Zach Lowe wrote a terrific piece on the Golden State Warriors in which he reveals that the Dubs might be a shadow contender (seriously, give it a read). The article prompted the Warriors World staff to discuss some of the points he addressed in this most recent installment of 3-on-3. 1. What backup point guard should the Dubs be trying to acquire? Jordan Ramirez: Nate Robinson. Denver's other po ...

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Dubs Reactions: Rockets109, Warriors 83

Golden State Warriors 83 Final Recap | Box Score 109 Houston Rockets David Lee, PF 33 MIN | 6-14 FG | 0-0 FT | 5 REB | 1 AST | 12 PTS | -20Lee took some ill-advised shots and also had trouble converting at the basket as the Rockets routinely met him there and made his shots difficult. The Florida product failed to impose himself on the glass and his teammates followed suit as they were dominated on the boar ...

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Curry prefers point

Quick clip here. Stephen Curry was somewhat of a bystander (3-10, 8 assists) as Nate Robinson ran point against the Blazers. Since Curry can certainly produce as an off-guard sniper, I wondered after which role he preferred, and if he had a preference at all. Something to note going forward, in terms of future possible GSW moves: Curry prefers PG. Follow @SherwoodStrauss ...

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Udoh and Rush on Improvement

The faint musk of Warriors optimism is in the air. Winners of three straight, (finally) conquerers of a Suns team that's a "who's who" of "where's he been these past few years?" GSW is not quite in legitimate playoff contention yet, but they are reaping the recent benefits of a helpful bench. "Bench" is obviously lower status than "starter," so it is incumbent on young backups to improve. With that in mind, ...

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Nate and the Bench Mob

Robinson. Thompson. Rush. McGuire. Udoh. Like the snobbiest of Bulls fans, the “bench mob” is my favorite part of the game. You see, the GSW Russian Matryoshka doll has a soft Ellis-Curry-Wright-Lee-Biedrins exterior that hides this scrappy, hardened second unit. It's always a fun, shocking contrast, to behold the secret defensive layer. After so many years of seeing absolutely no defensive facet from Golde ...

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Rapid Reaction: Lakers 97, Warriors 90

Golden State Warriors 90 Final Recap | Box Score 97 Los Angeles Lakers David Lee, PF 37 MIN | 6-11 FG | 3-4 FT | 11 REB | 0 AST | 15 PTS | -3Lee was opportunistic on offense; finishing at the rim off of passes from Monta and also with a couple of put backs. On defense, he did a decent job of battling Gasol for post position and not conceding too many easy attempts to the Spaniard. Dorell Wright, SF 24 MIN | ...

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Nate Robinson set to bring his sideshow to Oakland

  By: Jordan Ramirez Remember Nate Robinson? Robinson played for the New York Knicks and made a name for himself by winning three NBA slam dunk contests at only 5’9’. Robinson was a fan favorite in New York, not only because of his height but because of his sparkplug play coming off the bench. Providing quick offense, and not afraid to put up a shot, Nate was in the good graces of many fans but eventua ...

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